Patrimoine et Tourisme à Maurice : quel lien ?

Abstract : Although tourism is sailing before the wind in Mauritius, it however has to face the competition of neighbouring destinations as Seychelles, the Maldive Islands, Thailand, Vietnam, China. It is important that the actors of tourism are able of renewing the local offer based on the well-known "sea, sand, sun". In trying to value the many potentialities of a composite human inheritance, could the cultural tourism in gestation offer an asset to the country ?
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Jean-Michel Jauze. Patrimoine et Tourisme à Maurice : quel lien ?. Tsingy : Revue de l'Association des professeurs d'histoire et de géographie de Madagascar, Tamatave, Madagascar : Association des professeurs d'histoire et de géographie de Madagascar, 2017, pp.127-142. ⟨hal-02049220⟩

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